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Articles tagged RQ1 (10)

Plus: The role of class in news avoidance, how local party leaders use partisan media, and what native advertising studios say to sell their work.
Plus: How newsroom ideology affects slant in the news, why burned-out/overworked reporters are quitting — and is the inverted pyramid still the way to tell stories online?
Plus: Sadness-based news sharing, why journalists see audiences as more conservative than they are, and journalists’ community-building on Instagram.
Plus: The struggle of structuring investigative journalism, crowdsourced journalism that works, and how news audiences are addressed in J-schools. Mark Coddington and Seth Lewis
Plus: Challenging “getting it first vs. getting it right,” data journalism for marginalized communities, and determining what news organizations cover as terrorism.
“Appropriating the newspaper is tied to non-news practices which are meaningful to the actors, although they might seem trivial to some scholars.”
Plus: The rural-urban divide in news and politics, when journalists see themselves as villains, the effect of errors on media trust, and more.
Plus: Journalistic norms vs. right-wing populism, what journalists think about deleting their tweets, and the unfulfilled promise of augmented reality for news
Plus: How news organizations use TikTok, challenges in covering white nationalism, newsbot–audience communication, and the organizational behavior of Russia Today.
Plus: Life in a news desert, how journalists forge a digital self on social media, and online harassment of journalists as “mob censorship.”